Author Archives: Verity Jones

Nous sommes tous Parisienne


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A long musical search

Back in the late 80’s I fell in love with a recording of Latin American harp music. It has taken me more than twenty-five years to discover its identity.  Today I am very happy to say I’ve found it.

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Earth Art: more trees

Whether they’re wet (river deltas, tidal channels) or dry (desert, erosion), I never cease to be fascinated by these images. The first two even have ‘leaves’ and are especially beautiful:

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Rose tinted temperatures

Here’s an odd thing. Having experienced such cold weather on holiday in July, I went to take a look at the Met Office maps and graphs, and the UK mean temperature map for July 2015 was a bit of a … Continue reading

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How Time Flies…

Is it really more than 3 months since I last posted something?  I can easily believe it.  What excuse would you like me to make? I have many, but thankfully this time I’ve no reason to blame a black dog … Continue reading

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Well said that man

Found at Bishop Hill and reposted here so I can find it again.

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Iceberg of disagreement

This was new to me. Not the differing forms of disagreement, but that someone bothered to put it into a simple but convincing hierarchy. Nice! Figure: “Graham’s Hierarchy of Disagreement” from clear refutation to mere vituperation, based on the essay … Continue reading

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Unbelieveable adjustments

It is very gratifying to see adjustments of temperature data from surface stations getting some attention again. You could say I started blogging due to that very issue. One of my first posts back in November 2009 was Climate Fast … Continue reading

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Mists of time, missed

In mid-November NASA released an ultra-high-resolution computer model simulating how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe. It is visually stunning – all those colours and swirls and detail – see for yourself:

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2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. A quiet year. I hadn’t realised the break in posts was so long, or that gallopingcamel had helped keep things going with quite so many posts. Here’s … Continue reading

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